HIKE DATE: Saturday, November 07, 2017
MEETING TIME: 8:00 am to 8:15 am
(We will meet for 15 mins and then leave the trail head at 8:45 am. Please be there on time)
Return Approx: 10:30 am
HIKE LEAD: Diana Herrera
HIKE LEVEL: Level 2 (Ideal for First-time hikers/Ongoing Beginners)
WHAT IS A HIKING LEVEL?:
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HIKE DISTANCE: 4 Miles (Round trip)
HIKE DURATION: 2 Hours (approx)
San Pasqual Stables Parking Area/Trail Head Gate (Do Not park inside the stables lot)
221 San Pasqual Ave
South Pasadena, CA 91030
[Click on the address or scroll down for a map of the meet up point]
PARKING: You will need to park street side along the baseball field or residential side along San Pascual Ave. You may have a bit of a walk back to the stables, so make sure you get there early to account for finding parking.
(FYI: New signs have been posted that state San Pasqual Stables Parking is for Patrons only)
REQUIRED: WATER (at least one bottle of water)
RECOMMENDED: Water Bottle (at least 20 oz), comfortable shoes with grip, sun block, a hat.
HIKE WALKTHROUGH: From the horse stables we will walk towards the trail head and hike along the right hand side of the Arroyo Seco. We will pass underneath historical bridges, pass the archery range where we will cross to the other side of the arroyo (via overpass) and head back. The ground on this trail is flat but if we get a group of adventurous beginner hikers we can take a detour for a slight incline and extend the distance by about .75 miles and head back where this trail ends at Brookside Park.
RESTROOMS: There will be restrooms available to use 1/3 of the way in at the casting area.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE WITH THE GROUP ON THIS HIKE?
1. Read the Hike’s Details we link at the very top of this page.
2. Make sure that the Hike Level accommodates your hiking experience.
3. If, and only if it suits you, then RSVP for this event and show up the day of the hike with all necessary gear and water (we mention everything you need on the details page for this hike).
MY FRIEND SAID I CAN DO THIS HIKE, I SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO IT, RIGHT?
We take your safety quite seriously, and would not like for you to attend a hike you’re not ready for. You know your body and hiking experience better than your friends. Whether you are a first-timer or an experienced hiker, please read our hike details page as the hike may not suite your experience level. We have a better experience if every hike has hikers of the intended level.
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